Hello. My name is Stephen Hackett. I live in my hometown of Memphis, TN. I married my high-school sweetheart. We have a son who is a patient at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, a beautiful daughter and a backyard full of toys.
While I was earning my journalism degree from the University of Memphis, I worked as the News Editor for The Daily Helmsman so I could eat. Towards the end of school, I worked as the Lead Mac Genius at our local Apple Store. I left Apple to help start up a new Apple-Authorized Service Provider that primarily worked within the education market.
I now work as the Director of Account Management for a design and web development agency.
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Prompt is a weekly panel discussion on technology, and the culture surrounding Apple and related companies. With each co-host having a unique background — and accent — The Prompt covers the wide-reaching world of technology unlike any other show.
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The original Macintosh’s screen was 512 pixels across, making the screen resolution 72 DPI. That number should sound familiar, as it is still the DPI used in most web design. The Mac’s GUI paved the way for computers and design as we know them today. Nothing has been untouched since 1984.